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data collection sheet for rolling two dice
Just to speed up practical work in a probability lesson. Space for students to roll two different coloured dice 18 times and to record results and the total of the two scores for each roll. Bottom section has a tally sheet blank to tally up the 18 scores.
maths  handouts 
january 2013 by keithpeter
Algebra revision activities: cards to sort and solve: higher
A set of 28 algebraic expressions (mostly linear, some polynomial) that students sort into four categories (expressions, equations, substitutions, and factorisations) to revise their algebra. Once sorted, students can solve/simplify the expressions. Used as a quick revision starter.
maths  handouts 
january 2013 by keithpeter
Test an old saying about measurement
“Once around the waist, twice
around the neck;
Once around the neck, twice around
the wrist.”

Is this true? How accurate do your comparisons have to be? How many different people do you need to try it on?
maths  handouts 
august 2012 by keithpeter
Measurement sort cards
Match the object to the measurement. A quick starter to see how much GCSE Foundation maths students know about metric units. Uses images found on Web, shout if you want them removed.
handouts  maths 
august 2012 by keithpeter
Algebra revision activities: algebra sort and solve cards, foundation
A set of cards with 28 algebraic expressions that students sort into four categories (expressions, equations, substitutions and factorisations) and then simplify/solve. Used as a revision task.
maths  handouts 
may 2012 by keithpeter
Quadrilateral flash cards
A PDF file with four A6 size flashcards; quadrilaterals in general, trapezium, parallelogram and the kite. Just the facts.

They can scale up for IW use.
maths  handouts 
march 2012 by keithpeter
AQA Unit 2 quick revision questions with answers
I used these in a revision workshop on the Tuesday before the Unit 2 GCSE Maths exam for the AQA Modular syllabus.

(Everyone wants to put 4 down as the answer to 1)

Algebra and percentages/fractions and number/factor/multiple/squares/cubes questions with answer. All rapid fire 'headline' questions. I have longer 'starred' questions from the AQA ExamPro service ready as backup.
maths  handouts 
march 2012 by keithpeter
AQA Unit 1 quick revision questions with answers
I used these on Monday am for a quick last minute revision workshop over lunch to get the brains working. Mostly ok and feelings positive after the exam.

Data handling and calculator percentages with answers. Just the short sharp questions. No pictograms.

Q5 catches everyone, they all want to divide 32 by 3. I draw a fraction wall like graphic with a line divided into 3 and ask for labels...

Q8, they have to measure the angle for Cars.
maths  handouts 
march 2012 by keithpeter
Graphs 5: Plotting formulas
Two sides of A4 with some formulas to plot and an exercise about the characteristics of a set of lines deduced from their formulas alone. Students need squared (0.5cm) paper for this one and will need to draw axes.
maths  handouts 
january 2012 by keithpeter
Graphs 4: finding the formula of a straight line from the gradient and intercept
Two sided A4 handout with some ready drawn plots. Students have to 'test' their formula by substituting in for an X value and then checking that the resulting Y value does fall on the line when plotted.
maths  handouts 
january 2012 by keithpeter
Graphs 3: Describing straight line graphs in terms of gradient and intercept
Two sided A4 designed for use in class. Plots provided and students have to find the gradient and intercept.
maths  handouts 
january 2012 by keithpeter
Graphs 2: Special lines like X = 3 and Y = 2
These vertical and horizontal lines specified by an X or a Y value always confuse students. A two sided handout for use during a whole class discussion of what it means to 'fix' (say) the coordinate of a point so that it is always X = 1...
maths  handouts 
january 2012 by keithpeter
Graphs 1: handout about axes, coordinates and midpoints by calculation
First in a sequence of 5. Points to plot, shapes to complete and midpoints to find. These handouts are designed to be used in a lesson with pair work and tutor input. Just three sides of A4.
maths  handouts 
january 2012 by keithpeter
Ubuntu 11.10 Live CD Quick Start
For when someone boots the live CD and can't work out how the Unity interface works...

Just two pages designed to print back to back and fold to form a four page single sided handout. Works at A4 page size.

The first page of the PDF file is pages 2 and 3 of the guide, and the second page of the PDF file is pages 1 and 4 of the guide.
linux  handouts 
december 2011 by keithpeter
Unity 2d tutorial guide
A 30 page handout with a series of activities designed to walk you through the Ubuntu Unity 2d desktop features. Based on an install of the Desktop CD.
linux  handouts 
december 2011 by keithpeter
Ubuntu Unity Guide (Unity 2d)
Ubuntu is going for world domination with their Unity interface. PCs in education tend to have weak graphics and be a few years old. Here is a 1 hour lesson exploring Ubuntu default install as you could run of a USB stick.

First draft. Workspaces section needs a little looking at.
linux  learning  handouts 
november 2011 by keithpeter
Probability Summary GCSE New syllabus up to grade C
Just the basic facts on two sides of A4. No problems and just a basic example of each fact. Its really a summary to guide revision and problem solving and to help with the vocabulary found in textbooks.
maths  data  probability  handouts 
october 2011 by keithpeter
Two sides on cumulative frequency and the box and whisker plot
A two sided handout on cumulative frequency curves and the box and whisker plot. This topic is a 'grade b' topic in the new AQA syllabus so I needed to differentiate for students on an evening class who may wish to take Unit 1 and Unit 2 at higher level. Worked ok with mymaths 'lesson' as backup.
maths  handouts 
october 2011 by keithpeter
emergency protractors
The cupboard was bare, so I used the eps version of the vector drawing of measuring instruments mentioned below to isolate a 180 degree protractor scale. I used inkscape to remove the delicate gradients (which just confused my laser printer) and then copied the grouped drawing so I have 6 protractors per A4 page. Laminated 3 pages of them in assorted colours and cut them out.

Accuracy ok for drawing a pie chart given a pre-drawn reference circle.
maths  handouts 
october 2011 by keithpeter
Fractions and percentages with a calculator
Covers a little revision on metric conversion and finding the HCF of two numbers to motivate cancelling down (section A, B). Then finding value of a fraction using a calculator (C) and writing one quantity as a fraction of another (D). Moves into finding the value of a percentage (E) and then writing one quantity as a percentage of another (F). Brief look at percentage increase and decrease (G) and Index numbers, new on the GCSE syllabus (H). This handout is used to focus a lesson delivered in a community centre with a small flip-chart. There are card sorting activities and worksheets to go with it.
maths  gcse  handouts 
september 2011 by keithpeter
Level 1 adult numeracy certificate quick questions for exam revision version 2
Just something to use the lesson before the second GOLA computer based test for my Friday morning level 1 numeracy group. I try to teach through understanding most of the course, but some specific targeted exam prep is needed.
numeracy  maths  number  space  handouts 
june 2011 by keithpeter
Level 1 adult numeracy certificate quick questions for exam revision
Just something to use the lesson before the first GOLA computer based test for my Friday morning level 1 numeracy group. Almost everyone passed.
numeracy  maths  number  space  handouts 
june 2011 by keithpeter
Quick module 5 questions
These questions were written to go with a set of revision flashcards downloaded from TES net. I selected the flashcards relevant to Module 5 of the AQA GCSE (most of them apart from the data handling ones).

The questions on this worksheet are designed to mix some of the 'tricky' questions that are found on the Module 5 with the more straightforward calculation questions.
handouts  maths  gcse 
june 2011 by keithpeter
Angle properties: 6 questions on one side of A4
As below, 6 questions about angle properties just for a quick quiz.
gcse  maths  shape  handouts 
may 2011 by keithpeter
Angle property flashcards
As below printed 6 up on two sides of A4 as a PDF for use as a handout. Students have to add certain basic facts as they go along.
maths  gcse  shape  handouts 
may 2011 by keithpeter
Angle property screens with questions
18 flashcards about angle properties including naming the angles (acute, obtuse &c) and angles at a point, line, two lines crossing, and on parallel lines. Also triangles, quadrilaterals and (other) polygons. With 6 slides with questions aimed at gcse Foundation at the end.
maths  gcse  shape  handouts 
may 2011 by keithpeter
Operation card sort exercise
A collection of 30 short whole number questions on cards. Each question can be categorised as addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. There are four cards with the titles of the operations. Students were asked to work in groups to sort the questions into each operation and to make a note of the keywords that told them which operation was relevant.

Used with L2 students for revision and with L1 students for number practice. You need to set your printer to print the cards 4 to a sheet.
numeracy  maths  number  whole  handouts 
may 2011 by keithpeter
Number lines for directed numbers
Just a set of number lines on a side of A4. -5 to +5 twice, then -10 to +10 twice then -20 to + 20 twice. Helps with the revision
maths  numeracy  number  handouts 
may 2011 by keithpeter
Regular polygons investigation table
Just an A4 sheet with a table to capture data about regular polygons. The columns are headed Name, Number of sides, Total interior angle, Interior angle, Exterior angle. There are six rows, and my lesson plan is to look at the equilateral triangle, the square, the pentagon, the hexagon, the heptagon and the octagon and then go for a formula based on the patterns.
gcse  maths  shape  handouts 
march 2011 by keithpeter
One side A4 handout with regular polygons
A triangle, a square, a pentagon, hexagon, heptagon and an octagon. The polygons with the larger sides are scaled up. Designed for partitioning into triangles, and for working out interior and exterior angles.
maths  gcse  shape  handouts 
march 2011 by keithpeter
Quadrilaterals example sheet
Just a pdf with a selection of quadrilaterals including a square, a rectangle, a rhombus, a kite (upside down but not rotated), an isosceles trapezium, a trapezium with one end at right angles to the parallel lines, and a couple of 'random' quadrilaterals. Designed for use with the quadrilaterals property table and the quadrilaterals 'true/false' sheet.
gcse  maths  shape  handouts 
march 2011 by keithpeter
True / false questions about quadrilaterals
15 true false questions that are designed to encourage thinking about the properties of quadrilaterals, and their angles, bisectors &c
maths  gcse  shape  handouts 
march 2011 by keithpeter
Properties of quadrilaterals table
Handy summary and useful with the 'true/false' review sheet coming later
maths  gcse  shape  handouts 
march 2011 by keithpeter
Quick exact numerical methods
Multiply £12.99 by 15 by doing 13 times 15 and subtracting 15p. Then do the 13 times 15 by adding 130 and 65. Quick exact methods sheet to accompany a whole class discussion.

Prompted by watching an excellent student calculate 30 divided by 2.5 using long division...
numeracy  maths  number  handouts 
february 2011 by keithpeter
Formula match starter
Match the correct calculation with the situation described in words. Part of a lesson to support students taking the Numeracy Certificate Level 2 course.

This starter is designed to encourage visual recognition of the main types of formula so we can discuss the 'trigger' words in the questions. A later activity gets down to discriminating between the correct calculation and the common incorrect ones for each type of formula
numeracy  maths  formulas  handouts 
february 2011 by keithpeter
Mean and median of wage data
If you make people redundant and those who remain take a pay cut, it is possible for the mean wage to rise. The median gives a clearer picture of the changes.

Eval: students got the point very quickly (a touch of the paulo freires). The feeling was that it would have been better to have different wages rather than the same figure each time, so I'll modify this handout. That modification would also increase the usefulness as a revision aid for mean and median. The percentage change calculation caused some searching in notes as well.
numeracy  maths  data  mean  median  handouts 
february 2011 by keithpeter
Measuring task
Measuring task for a Numeracy Level 1 group so people get used to metric units and reading scales. One side A4 with some instructions to find objects between 30cm and 1m and then objects larger than 1m. Students asked to repeat measurements for a discussion of sources of error and consistency in measurements.

You need one 5m steel tape measure between two (or three) students.
maths  numeracy  measurement  handouts 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Module 1 probability practice questions for GCSE
Two sides A4 with a summary of the basic formulas/ideas in a table (probability formula, expected frequency formula, probabilities add to one formula).

Four questions: complete the table on a spinner with expected frequency, balls in a bag, fraction line question (find events that will have a probability of a given fraction), and a two way frequency table question.

The fraction line question went down very well tonight,
maths  numeracy  data  probability  handouts  gcse 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Number paper practice questions for gcse
22 questions about basic number work (no ratio or fractions addition, they come later) with little vocabulary or context, mostly symbols including the 'fill in the gaps' questions.

Then 10 story questions, including a two stage percentage change question and a reverse percentage question.

Both with numerical answers, two sides A4.
maths  numeracy  gcse  number  handouts 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Data: box and whisker plot summary and question
Just a quick summary of the box and whisker plot and a question with the min, lq, median, uq and max given and a scaled grid to draw the chart.

Meant as a quick 10 minute revision task and a summary for revision by the students nearer the Module 1 exam.
maths  numeracy  data  graphs  charts  handouts  gcse 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Data: scatter diagram question
Another one side 10 minute question to check recall of the vocabulary, spotting the outliers and drawing line of best fit. Data set about age and blood pressure after exercise. One data point has been fiddled so it is clearly an outlier. Asks for how removing this point would change the correlation. Line of best fit and a prediction question.
maths  numeracy  data  graphs  charts  handouts  gcse 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Data: Cumulative Frequency Diagram question
One side A4 with a frequency table, a spare column for the cumulative frequencies and a grid with scales to plot the curve on. Questions ask for median, quartiles and iqr. Also a question about what percentage more than a certain value of the variable.

Meant for a quick 10 minute revision exercise for Module 1 exam soon, and so the students have (another) one side summary of cumulative frequency.
maths  numeracy  data  graphs  charts  handouts  gcse 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Data: frequency diagram question
Just for revision for the module 1 exams soon. A frequency diagram question with grid and data set all on one side of A4.

I quickly sketch the answers on the interactive whiteboard using 'overlay', then we make some revision notes based on what each student finds they need to remember.
maths  numeracy  data  graphs  charts  handouts  gcse 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Probability basics
Two side worksheet with the definition of an event, and an outcome and some questions based on coins, dice and packs of cards.

The first activity was designed to get people talking. A much better talking point was the National Lottery!
maths  numeracy  handouts  data  probability  gcse 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Worksheet on finding the value of a fraction of a quantity
Finding the value of a unit fraction, then generalising to the value of any fraction of a quantity. The numbers are 'easy' in the sense they are simple multiples of the denominators. There are a couple of extension questions.
maths  numeracy  fractions  handouts 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Graphs and coordinates part 1
Three sides introducing (x,y) notation and the patterns associated with a straight line graph. Some work on coordinate geometry (i.e. find the coordinate to complete the rectangle/isosceles triangle/kite). Plotting from formulas for simple cases. Idea that the constant in the y=3x +1 type formula controls how far up the Y axis the line is...

Graph grids with points and labels produced using pyxplot 8.01, and nice they look as well. Page about using this software coming soon.
maths  algebra  graphs  handouts  gcse 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Box multiply worksheet
A 'vertical multiplication' worksheet with box multiplication examples for whole numbers, fractions and algebraic expressions including quadratics. 30 questions with answers on page 3 and 4. This is meant as a bit of consolidation after the holiday and an attempt to build a bit of a schema about multiplying.
maths  number  algebra  handouts  gcse 
january 2011 by keithpeter
Scatter diagram notes
Foundation type notes about patterns, line of best fit, and making predictions.
maths  data  handouts  gcse 
december 2010 by keithpeter
Best buy
A one side worksheet that shows photos of two identically priced 400g tins of tomatoes, one shelf label showing as £1.45 per Kg and the other showing as £2.42 per Kg.

Thanks to the management for giving me a superb functional skills like question.
maths  numeracy  number  proportion  handouts 
november 2010 by keithpeter
Winter temperatures
A quick opportunistic worksheet on winter temperatures across the UK, emphasizing the colder end of the spectrum.
maths  numeracy  number  handouts 
november 2010 by keithpeter
Ratios: one sheet of book style questions
Designed for use after the PDF presentation. Consolidation.
maths  number  ratio  handouts 
november 2010 by keithpeter
PDF presentation on ratio with a visual approach
One of my own - just to help the ones who don't grok the word problem approach
maths  number  ratio  handouts 
november 2010 by keithpeter
Pie chart handout
Just a quick going over the mechanics of drawing them
maths  data  number  pie  chart  handouts 
november 2010 by keithpeter
Quick number questions [pdf]
Handout: some practice to review number basics. Used to drive a tutorial.
maths  handouts 
march 2010 by keithpeter

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